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SPER II Restoration Implementation Highlights

Liz Rank
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Highlights for SPER II
Scaling-up to Promote Ecosystem Resiliency
This is a one-page document briefly outlines SPER II program, which starting in 2013 is building on SPER I as well as through integration with the Fire Adapted Communities (FAC) Learning Network and prescribed fire training exchanges (TREX). It includes nutshell descriptions of the five landscape projects underway—the Ashland Forest Resilience Partnership (OR), Trinity Integrated Fire Management Partnership (CA), Collaboration to Reduce Risk in the Fire-Prone Soutehrn Sangre de Cristos (NM), Ozark Pine Woodlands & Glade Restoration Project (AR) and Allegheny & Potomac Highlands Restoration Project (VA).
Extracted from the semi-annual report for the PERC agreement for the period July-December 2013, submitted January 29, 2014.